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Dog-owners warned after retriever becomes Borders’ first victim of Alabama Rot

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Sculptor Mark Hume with his Heron sculpture in Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick.

Community council stumped over tree sculpture funds bid

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Stabbing victim Alex Stuart.

Peebles murder accused said he wanted to kill himself, court told

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Kelso's Ali Hay takes on an obstacle in the semi-final.

Ali blows away the opposition to reach final

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Fears voiced over safety of nuclear convoys through Borders

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Kelso clergy following in The Beatles’ footsteps

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Charity putting on the style in Melrose

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The price is not right, say customers of Hawick park cafe

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Scott Hutchison performing in Edinburgh in December.

Selkirk singer Scott Hutchison back in chart as fans pay tribute

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Councillor Stuart Marshall at Hawick's Beattie Court.

Task force being set up to help clean up Hawick street’s act

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Fears voiced over safety of nuclear convoys through Borders

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John Hawkins, who quit Selkirk's community council on Monday night to campaign for the return of a bus route.

Community councillor quits over buses

Politics
A 101 Stagecoach bus heading east through West Linton.

Fight goes on to save under-threat bus service through Borders

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson on the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

Ministers urged to act now to stop our roads going to pot

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Stephen Winyard surveying potholes in Cross Street, Peebles.

Furore over potholes contnues despite £2.6m being spent on repairing Borders roads

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Peebles murder accused said he wanted to kill himself, court told

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

42-year-old in court at Jedburgh over alleged assaults on former partners

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

Lauder 30-year-old admonished over abuse of partner

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Police tackling youth disorder outbreak

Education

Police tackling youth disorder outbreak

Education
Jill Lothian, Kelso High School headteacher

Headteacher hits out over drug rumours

Education
A Scots Gaelic sign on the Isle of Skye

Quiz: How good is your Scottish Gaelic?

Arts
The EIS says teachers' salaries have gone down 20 per cent in real terms in the last decade.

Teachers urged to send clear message to John Swinney calling for a ‘fair pay increase’

Education

Pupils set for five weeks of exams

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Fun day for the Lidl ones in Kelso

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John Hawkins, who quit Selkirk's community council on Monday night to campaign for the return of a bus route.

Community councillor quits over buses

Politics
A 101 Stagecoach bus heading east through West Linton.

Fight goes on to save under-threat bus service through Borders

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson on the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

Ministers urged to act now to stop our roads going to pot

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Fears voiced over safety of nuclear convoys through Borders

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Councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick's new Refresh cafe in Wilton Lodge Park.

The price is not right, say customers of Hawick park cafe

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The pavement outside Selkirk's Scotbet shop, which Cath Henderson says is being ruined by bikers.

Oil and rubber stains mar new streetscape

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Could Sir Walter Scott look like our digital mock-up if he gets the go-ahead for a makeover?

Suits you Sir Walter!

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The fountain in Hawick's Wilton Lodge Park.

Objectors get the blues over Hawick fountain going for gold

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Community council stumped over tree sculpture funds bid

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Councillor Stuart Marshall at Hawick's Beattie Court.

Task force being set up to help clean up Hawick street’s act

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Hayley Blackwood, Tim Chamberlain Director of wild tree adventure, Michael Paton,  FR: Kathryn Wylie and Carla Sayer.

New business gets off the ground at Borders estate

Environment
Gardo netting station, using traditional fishing methods on the Tweed estuary

Blogger attacks spring netting

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Dog-owners warned after retriever becomes Borders’ first victim of Alabama Rot

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The Stroke Association provides support and information to stroke survivors and their families.

Stroke survivors falling through the gaps in care

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The Borders General Hospital at Melrose.

Beast from East blamed for operations cancelled by NHS Borders

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The Borders General Hospital at Melrose.

NHS Borders’ spending on agency staff up almost 400% over five years

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Councillor Davie Paterson outside the old Peter Scott knitwear factory in Hawick.

New lease of life looms for old Hawick knitwear factory

Business